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New Photo Mission: Ice Age

By Cherrie - 3 min read

Photograph climate change today to get exhibited in a Hamburg museum!

Mission: Our planet is changing faster than we may realize. Melting glaciers, air pollution, landscapes that we no longer recognize… It’s time to share the evidence. Exercise your creative freedom in this new climate-themed Mission, whether you’re photographing the brutal effects of global warming or simply a melting ice cube.

Cropped hand holding ice

By Jan-Stefan Knick

Low angle view of fire amidst trees at forest

By Anastasia

Prize: Get your work on the walls of the Archeological Museum of Hamburg alongside the Ice Ages – The Art of Mammoth Hunters exhibition, opening October 16 2016. The best 20 photos from this Mission will be selected by an international jury, among them Siebo Heinken of National Geographic Deutschland,and presented on the first floor of the museum. And we’ll also share the winners in an EyeEm image collection for the world to enjoy!

All pictures of the Ice Ages exhibition are sponsored by WhiteWall.com. The photo lab is official printing partner of the exhibition and will give your photographs a perfect finish in gallery quality!

Deadline: September 14, 2016

How To Take Part: Add the tag Ice Age to a new photo or go back and add it to one you’ve uploaded before.

High angle view of polluted green stream

By Svaný Svans

Garbage against clear sky

By Jan T.

Close-up of iceberg on lake against mountain

By Marcin Kieć

About AMH: The Archeological Museum of Hamburg is an archaeological museum in the Harburg borough of Hamburg, Germany. It houses the archaeological finds of the city of Hamburg and the neighbouring counties to the south of the city. More information on AMH. Address: Museumspl. 2, 21073 Hamburg.

Interested in partnering with EyeEm on a Mission? Join some of the world’s biggest media outlets and best-known brands and be at the center of the conversation. Find out more.

Header image by @Marcin Kieć.

In love with our wonderful planet? Here’s some further reading:

20 Photos That Celebrate Nature’s True Beauty
An Antarctic Photographer’s Warning of Climate Change
The Climate Change Problem: 15 Pictures That Show We Need To Act Fast

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